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JL-All-BooksI’ve missed several weekend posts since returning from our week away in Derbyshire.  Mostly this has been because I’ve been busy settling back down to writing.  It’s not a predictable art, you can’t say ‘Today I’m going to….’ because sometimes you can spend all day at the computer and finish feeling you have achieved very little.  Other days you are on a roll and manage several thousand words which really move the book on.  This week it’s been a bit of a stop-go few days but am pleased to say currently the muse is with me and things are going very well.

Anyway, enough about me.  This week I’m hosting fellow author Lynda Renham who has a launch party for her new book Rory’s Proposal today, Sunday 17th August.

The online launch party which starts at 13.00 and finishes at 20.00 has lots of prizes and signed books, including ‘Rory’s Proposal’ and giveaways from Soap-Dodger whose products are just fab. Signed books by Debbie Flint and Tina K Burton. Also talking part are Sue Watson Carlie Pettit and Mandy Baggot. Also Emily Harvale and Jo Lambert as well as Colette Caddle and Rowan Coleman 

Click on this link and join the party


When 29-year-old Flora Robson reversed her car into Tom’s Audi she had no idea who he was. Only after she has started to fall in love with him does she discover the gorgeous blue-eyed Tom is the man who is trying to close down her hairdressing business. It seems that Tom will stop at nothing to get what he wants, but Flora is not giving in to anyone. Can she win the battle against her multimillionaire enemy or will her feelings for him get in the way? Follow Flora’s hilarious journey of love, hot chocolate and marshmallows, and the man who changes everything.

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I’ve missed a couple of my blog slots since returning from holiday in Derbyshire a few weeks ago.  This has been mostly due to catching up with life in general and trying to haul myself back up into the writing saddle.  The latter I am now glad to say I’ve achieved and things seem to be going relatively well.  The good news is I’m currently 93,000 words and counting.  It’s been a bit of a roller coaster as all my other books have been wit